Genel Bilgiler

Biyografi

Berrin Gunaydin, MD, PhD (Pharmacology), Prof.of Anesthesiology.

Graduated from Ankara Atatürk Anadolu Lisesi (1976-1983), Ankara University School of Medicine (1983-1989) and completed Anesthesiology Residency in Gazi University School of Medicine (1989-1994) since then she has been working as a faculty.  

Chair of Obstetric Anesthesia Subcommittee of the Turkish Society of Anesthesiology and Reanimation and Chair of Ethics Committee of Clinical Trials in Gazi UniversitySenior deputy of Hospital Visiting Training Accreditation Program (HVTAP) and Host of Online Assessment (OLA) center of the department for European Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care (ESAIC). 

Chair of Clinical Trials in Gazi University Ethics Committee. Group Leader of PBM Guidelines for Obstetrics and Maternity (EuropeAid/139230/IH/SER/TR Project entitled Technical Assistance for Improving the blood transfusion Management Sysytem in Turkey).

 

Associate Editor of Turkish Journal of Medical Sciences, BMC Anesthesiology, and Turkish Journal of Anesthesiology and Reanimation. Authored or co-authored a number of articles indexed in pubmed/scopus/other indexes and in national peer-reviewed journals. 

Editor of Obstetric Anesthesia for Co-morbid Conditions published by Springer in 2018 and Co-editor of Turkish Obstetric Anesthesia Textbook published by Medyay in 2019. Additionally, published a number of chapters on obstetric anesthesia for Turkish Anesthesia Textbooks. Website www.painfreebirthing.com/turkishindex.htm’ was translated into Turkish.  Translation editor of Easy Labor (Camann and Alexander, eds) and Clinical Anesthesia Textbook (Barash, Cullen, Stoelting, Cahalan, Stock, eds).

Kurum Bilgileri

Birim
Tıp Fakültesi
Bölüm
Cerrahi Tıp Bilimleri
Ana Bilim Dalı
Anesteziyoloji ve Reanimasyon

İletişim

E-posta
gunaydin@gazi.edu.tr
Web Sayfası
https://avesis.gazi.edu.tr/gunaydin
İş Telefonu
+90 202 400 0 Dahili: 5318
Posta Adresi
Gazi Ğniversitesi Tıp Fakğltesi Anestezi Bolumu 3.kat besevler 06500 Ankara